Crystal Palace youngster Ryan Inniss banned for five matches for biting West Ham U23s player

Crystal Palace defender Ryan Inniss has been banned for five matches by the FA after admitting a charge of violent conduct having been accused of biting a West Ham U23 player while on loan with Newport County.
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Firefighters tackle 'mega-blaze' in Australia as wall of flames 70 metres high threatens homes amid bushfires
Firefighters in Australia are tackling a "mega-blaze" that is threatening homes in an area north-west of Sydney.
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Transfer news LIVE: Haaland wants Man Utd move, Eden Hazard back to Chelsea, Man City join Sancho race
The January Transfer Window is fast approaching - we'll keep you abreast of all the latest news and rumours
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Rod Stewart, 74, sets record as oldest male to top UK album charts
Not bad for a 74-year-old!
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American Gods star Orlando Jones claims he was fired from show over race: 'This white man sits in that decision-making chair'
Producer denies actor's accusations, saying his character was removed for storyline reasons
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Kate reveals Prince Louis’ first words were ‘Mary Berry’
Turns out the royal toddler is a big fan of the baking legend.
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BBC’s take on A Christmas Carol makes major character change in modern retelling
Interesting.
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Supermarkets are 'conning shoppers into paying more for fresh turkeys slaughtered in November'
The British Frozen Food Federation called for greater transparency from retailers, such as Sainsbury's and M&S, for selling 'fresh' turkey slaughtered last month and kept deep-chilled.
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Man fighting for life after being shot by police
This is a breaking news story, more to follow.
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Mother, 33, is facing her last Christmas after doctors told her she has lung and bone cancer
Beth Durkin, of Taff's Well, Wales, was diagnosed with the cancers less than three months ago. Her daughter, Olivia, was born with a missing heart valve and underwent major surgery last year.
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Harry Dunn: Grieving family left 'distraught' after hit-and-run suspect Anne Sacoolas filmed back behind wheel
'Her life looks so normal and she's completely wrecked ours,' says Charlotte Charles after being shown footage of Anne Sacoolas driving off on school run
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Michael Gove GUARANTEES the Brexit transition period will NOT be extended
The UK is due to leave the EU by January 31 and there is then due to be a stand still transition period until the end of 2020 when the two sides will hammer out the terms of the future trading relationship.
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The houses and streets brightening up Tameside this Christmas - and the touching stories behind some of them
Some of the best Christmas lights in the borough - and there are some touching stories behind them
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Anna Karina, French new wave icon – a life in pictures
The Danish born actor, who was to become one of the icons of French new wave cinema in the 1960s, has died at the age of 79. Here we look back at her career. Continue reading...
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Man City midfielder Rodri names his football idols
Manchester City's record signing Rodri has named his footballing idols, including some legends of the game.
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Zero-waste caterer explains how you can cut down on what you throw away this Christmas
Sophie Andre from Elysia catering gives her tips and recipes for Christmas leftovers.
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Man shot by armed police in Hull street
Humberside constabulary called to Hessle Road in early hours of Sunday morning
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Hull on lockdown: Humberside Police shoot man 'carrying gun' in street
HULL streets have been put on lockdown after police shot a man believed to be carrying a gun.
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The week in theatre: Cyrano de Bergerac; The Duchess of Malfi; Three Sisters – review
Playhouse; Almeida; Lyttelton, LondonGone is the big nose, while the fighting’s a poetry slam in Martin Crimp’s ingenious new rapping Cyrano. Plus, The Duchess of Malfi reimagined, and Three Sisters who dream of Lagos…What a radiant week for fresh twists on familiar plays. The show-off dangers of radical adaptations are obvious, but a seizing-by-the-scruff-of-the-neck version can take you deep into the heart of the original.Cyrano de Bergerac is newly ventriloquised in Martin Crimp’s capering couplets, dazzlingly staged by Jamie Lloyd. Edmond Rostand’s play, written in 1897 but set in 1640, is rapped into the 21st century. Yet every fibre vibrates to Edmond Rostand’s ideas about outward illusion, inner voices – and the spellbinding power of speech. It has a star at its centre – James McAvoy firecrackers across the stage – but its plea is for the importance not of celebrity but of art. You don’t hear that very often these days. Continue reading...
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Pink Wall review – an American love story in Wales
Unconvincing dialogue mars this cleverly shot romance, with a star turn by Tatiana Maslany Welsh actor Tom Cullen (Weekend, Downton Abbey) writes and directs this nonlinear romantic drama, which stars his real-life partner, Tatiana Maslany (of BBC America’s Orphan Black). Jenna (Maslany) and Leon (Jay Duplass) are North American expats living in Wales; the film charts the ups and downs of their six-year relationship, shuffling its chronology but returning on repeat occasions to the night they met. She’s a film producer, he’s a DJ/photographer; they amble through parks and attend dinner parties, have topical discussions about the power dynamics of open relationships and whether Jenna would be a good mother. Your response to their world will dictate your feelings about the film.Cullen creates opportunities for his characters to discuss gender politics, ambition and insecurity, but these tangled conversations feel abstract. The semi-improvisational dialogue is more believable in scenes that focus on the chemistry between Jenna and Leon. Continue reading...
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How Dutch teenage girls would seduce Nazi invaders in bars before luring them to their deaths
The role of a trio of heroines has been detailed in Seducing and Killing Nazis: Hannie, Truus (pictured) And Freddie: Dutch Resistance Heroines Of World War II, by Sophie Poldermans.
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West Ham players have 'loads of respect' for Manuel Pellegrini, says Michail Antonio
Mounting pressure on Hammers boss Pellegrini was eased slightly by Saturday's deserved 1-0 success at St Mary's
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Hull police shooting: Man fights for life after being shot by armed officers
We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story
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Manchester United squad vs Everton revealed for Premier League fixture
Man Utd face Everton in the Premier League game on Sunday and we have early team news with the full squad.
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Strictly stars and pros get boozy after Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse's win
The Strictly Come Dancing stars let loose at the wrap party bash after Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse were named as the show's winners last night
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John McDonnell massively shows up Corbyn's lack of leadership as he makes apology on Marr
JOHN MCDONNELL took full responsibility for Labour's disastrous election loss as he apologised to former Labour MPs who lost their seats on the Andrew Marr show.
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Fashion designer Lulu Guinness's younger brother 'shoots himself dead'
Father-of-two Simon Rivett-Carnac - whose sister is famed for her iconic handbags - was found dead just yards from his home in Charlton, Wiltshire.
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Boris Johnson set to wield his new power with sweeping changes to government
In a move likely to alarm Whitehall chiefs, there are reports that the PM isn't just plotting a Cabinet reshuffle - he could also make it easier to sack civil servants and bring in outside experts to do the job
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Man stabbed to death and woman injured in attack at home
The woman was rushed to hospital after the attack in east London.
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Man shot in Hull street by armed police
The man is critically ill after being shot by armed police on a street in Hull.
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Labour meltdown as MPs warn the next leader can't be 'Corbyn without a beard'
The battle for the soul of Labour has turned nasty in the wake of the extraordinary drubbing at the hands of the Tories.
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Let there be dark: the battle to save our sky from light pollution
The spread of electrical lighting is blocking out the stars and threatens the health of many species … including humans. Now our national parks plan to take back the nightNOAA-20 probably has the best view of the North York Moors, even though it’s 512 miles away. In one sweep – on a clear night – the weather satellite can see the whole national park, from the forests in the south near Scarborough to the heather-covered moorland just south-east of Middlesbrough.When Richard Darn walks these hills – on a clear night – he can’t quite make out NOAA-20 as it scurries from pole to pole because the skyglow from Middlesbrough pollutes the darkness. Yet down in the southern forests, the night sky is pristine and ideal for satellite spotting. Places with truly dark skies like this are shrinking. In the areas where you can see why the ancients decided that a group of stars looked like a great bear, or scorpion, or Orion the hunter, the faintest dots of the constellations are being drowned in skyglow, or winked out by a brash neon sign or stray security light. Continue reading...
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Snow forecast today - MAPPED: Will it snow in YOUR area? Latest weather charts and graphs
SNOW will fall across Britain today as the latest weather maps show up to two inches of snow falling across the nation. But will it snow in your area?
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English tourist is airlifted to hospital after she was thrown from a moving car
An English tourist in her mid 20s has been airlifted to hospital after being thrown from a rolling car and suffering suspected head and pelvic injuries in Queensland.
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French new wave star Anna Karina dies aged 79
Karina was best known for the string of films she made with Jean-Luc Godard, including A Woman Is a Woman and Pierrot le FouDanish-French actor Anna Karina, star of Bande à Part and Pierrot le Fou and collaborator with New Wave director Jean-Paul Godard, has died of cancer at the age of 79, her agent said.Karina, who epitomised 1960s chic with her elfin features and big kohl-rimmed blue eyes, starred in seven films made by her ex-husband Godard, including Alphaville. Continue reading...
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Manchester United vs Everton LIVE score and goal updates plus early team news
Live match action from Old Trafford as Man Utd take on Everton in the Premier League with Solskjaer's side looking to maintain their winning run.
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General election 2019: John McDonnell sorry for 'catastrophic' election result
The shadow chancellor says he "owns this disaster" as Labour failed to get its messages across.
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Strictly Come Dancing 2019: Winners crowned as Taylor Swift performs in live final
Singer performed her song 'Lover' to studio audience
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Emmanuel Petit backs Carlo Ancelotti as ‘perfect’ for Arsenal manager
Who are you backing as Arsenal's next boss?
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Boris Johnson 'orders review of BBC licence fee' amid 'boycott' of flagship Radio 4 Today programme over 'pro-Remain bias'
Boris Johnson is said to be moving to decriminalise non-payment of the BBC licence fee amid reports minsters are boycotting Radio 4's Today programme because of "pro-Remain bias".
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M4 crash: One dead and one injured in four-vehicle collision
The road is closed westbound between junction 17 and junction 18.
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Race against time to launch Europe’s troubled mission to Mars
European Space Agency asks for help from Nasa with ExoMars project as trials fail and cost rises to €1bnSpace engineers are racing against time to fix major faults in the robot probe they plan to send to Mars next year. The complex parachute system that should slow ExoMars – Europe’s largest ever planetary mission – as it plunges into the Martian atmosphere failed catastrophically during recent tests.As a result, the European Space Agency has called for emergency help from Nasa space engineers to help them save their stricken mission. New parachutes are now being tested at the US Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena and will be subject to high-altitude trials in two or three months. Continue reading...
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Liam Gallagher apologises to young Oasis fans after Noel calls them ‘p****s’ and brands him an ‘embarrassment’
He’s got their backs.
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Walking Dead actress who suffered years of abuse at children's homes says care system 'still not fit for purpose'
'If we continue to privatise children's homes or any aspect of care of other people and we monetise it, it becomes a very dangerous game,' says Samantha Morton, who grew up in Nottinghamshire care homes
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Strictly champion Kelvin Fletcher beams as he leaves series wrap party
Kelvin Fletcher looked more than pleased with himself as he was snapped leaving the Strictly Come Dancing 2019 wrap party in the early hours of Sunday morning.
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At Heston services, Michael Gove finally confessed all… | Stewart Lee
Early on Wednesday morning, with rheumy eyes, the minister unburdened himself of his shameThe World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) finally called Russia’s bluff last week and banned its enhancement-addled athletes, many of them little more than skin sacks full of amphetamines and Calpol, from major world sporting events for the next four years. Perhaps it was this that saw sister organisation the World Anti-Lying Agency (Wala) inspired to flex its usually feeble muscles on Thursday morning, by banning the Conservative party from standing in the next election irrespective of the result, a decision I am proud to admit I had a small hand in.Early on Wednesday morning, the day before the election, I found myself once more at Heston services on the M4, rated Britain’s worst service station in 2017. The dystopian plaza was deserted, but for a snivelling figure who bumped into me as he staggered from a toilet, sneezing green-tinged blood into his cupped hands. It was Michael Gove, from Dominic Cumming’s The Conservative Party ™ ®, for whom Heston services is something of a second home. Continue reading...
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ISIS bride Lisa Smith kept in solitary confinement for 20 hours a day in Ireland
The mum-of-one, who is accused of being a member of Islamic State, is hoping to be let out of prison so she can see her young daughter after returning to Ireland from northern Syria
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Michael Gove promises Brexit trade deal with EU by end of 2020
Minister says transitional arrangements will definitely stop on 31 December next yearMichael Gove has categorically promised the UK will have a trade deal with the EU by the end of next year, despite deep reservations in Brussels about whether this is possible.The senior cabinet minister became the first in Boris Johnson’s cabinet to repeat that pledge after the election, saying transitional arrangements would definitely stop at the end of December 2020. Continue reading...
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